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the primary results are in. trump and clinton taking big wins. voting in florida wasn't easy for voting in florida wasn't easy for everyone. the problems at the polls in polk county. what's next for the candidates as some continue on the campaign trail and others do not. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm allison kropff. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm ian reitz.. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist bobby deskins.
closer to their donald trump and hillary clinton inch closer to their party's presidential nomination...after scoring big wins in tuesday night's primaries. trump won three states at play including the winner-take-all state of florida...while clinton defeated bernie sanders in four contests. don champion has the latest from miami, florida -nats- donald trump continued his winning streak last night...with primary victories in north carolina, illinois, and florida. we're going to win win win, and we're not stopping trump's win in florida earned him 99 delegates alone. it also ended marco
right side, we will not be on the winning side in ohio, trump fell to the state's governor, john kasich. the win - gives kasich momentum. the campaign goes on and that it's been my intention to make you proud. in missouri, the race between trump and ted cruz is still too close to call... cruz maintains the race is now a two- person contest. only two campaigns have a plausible path to the nomination, ours and donald trump on the democratic side- hillary clinton trounced bernie sanders-- picking up big wins including here in florida. now more than ever clinton is eyeing a fight with the gop frontrunner. we need a commander in chief who can defend the country and not embarrass it even though he's still trailing in the delegate count, sanders believes he can win the nomination. you do not have to accept the status
don't let people tell you that you can't act big. the candidates now turn their attention to states like arizona and utah which hold primaries next week. don champion cbs news miami. now 10news political reporter mark rivera shows you -- we're looking forward to seeing what today holds for these candidates and the shrinking republican field. losing his home state of florida - marco rubio suspends his presidential campaign with a call for the nation to come together. sot but does that mean rallying behind the gop front runner donald trump? our gop expert brian
agrees - after tonight, it's all coming down to cleveland for the convention. with big wins in florida, ohio, and north carolina, hillary clinton may have put the death nail in any hope bernie sanders had for the nomination. the path to the republican ticket is the path to the republican ticket is in some ways harder now for donald trump because of kasich's ohio win, but trump has enough steam to get him all the way to the cleveland convention. you've seen- very few surprises
choice. trump basically owning the night in the republican race. so how do local gop supporters feel about this? some were disappointed to watch trump thump their candidates. but 10 news reporter courtney robinson talked with some republican voters -- who were happy to see trump's victories. take pkg sammy-jo baker/ rubio supporter 203035-45 "i voted for rubio he was an optimistic hopeful candidate when i moved to florida in 2010 he was the guy who is up-and-coming but i think trump is it." cj steadman / voted for trump 201329-35 "you don't want to back somebody that you think is on a downward trajectory and if he's our solution he's our solution." adam smith/ trump supporter -200357- 20:04:03 - "i love trump because he's a business guy he's a job creator he's a dealmaker i love the fact that he's not politically correct." marsha craig / trump supporter 211634-42 "there are a lot of people that don't want to come out for trump right now that are kind of like closet 'trumpees' and i think they will come out." live out those supporters say they're ready for the party to unite and for trump to be the gop nominee. now, taking a look at marco rubio: as late as tuesday afternoon, he was vowing to continue into utah, but instead he surprised the crowd in miami. 10news reporter
announced he was suspending his campaign. pkg------------------ trt outcue: standard supers: marco rubio / suspending campaign daniela ferrera / rubio supporter allan woods / rubio supporter marco in: 20:55 they were cheers, tears, and even some booing as marco rubio congratulated donald trump on a victory in florida. rubio telling his supporters, he hoped tonight would provide him a path to continue. rubio in: 29:35 even when a trump supporter interrupted rubio's concession speech, yelling trump for president, rubio tried to maintain his humor. rubio in: 22:24 but it was a symptom he said of a fractured nation. an angry electorate. he urged them - remain optimistic. rubio in: 32:15 rubio promised he
republican party and the conservative movement, but stopped short of throwing his support behind trump. a notion rubio supporters clearly have a hard time with as well. daniela ferrera / rubio supporter in: 50:36 allan woods / rubio supporter in: 47:32 -------------------------------- ------------- ------------- clinton's victories tuesday clinton's victories tuesday night bolster her claim that she's her party's only
win diverse states in the presidential election. 10 news reporter kendra conlon continues our team coverage with reaction from local democratic supporters. pinellas county democrats don't see eye to eye on hillary clinton's big win over bernie sanders... in the sunshine state. so what's next for the democrats? supporters say pushing for more wins in the primaries.. with sights set on the white house. in palm harbor, kendra conlon, 10 news, wtsp
with the nation has 2 more big nights ahead that you'll need to know. august 30th in the primary election. and november 8th is the general election.. there were also other elections outside of the presidential race. we put together a complete list of all the winners and losers on our free 10 news app. just search wtsp in the app store -- and you'll have everything you need, right at your fingertips. coming up at 5 on 10 news this morning, several farms are damaged after a tornado ripped through a small town in illinois. an investigation is underway this morning to find out
mansion in cocoa beach. it may look like a chaos to you, but this texas event involves more than a dozen calves and it's a big tradition. that's coming up in just about 20 minutes. still ahead here on 10news early morning, planning a trip? why cuba could be your next destination! plus problems at the polls! where some voters had issues. and the latest way for you to pay online -- using a selfie! it's march madness and we want to see photos of your superstitious traditions to get your team to win. whether it's wearing a pair of luck socks or sitting in a lucky chair. from now until march 30th share your photo on our 10news wtsp facebook page. while you're there.. make sure you enter for a chance to win a sonny's bbq catering gift certificate worth 150 dollars. one winner will be picked on march
some voters in polk county didn't have an easy time casting their vote for their party of choice on tuesday. they ran into some problems at precinct 321 off jim keene boulevard in winter haven. 10 news reporter jonathan petramala is getting answers from the supervisor of elections who is apologizing for the mistake.
county :00-08 lori edwards/polk county supervisor of elections :40- 50 an assembly line of automobiles bringing in around 15 tongs of ballots from around polk county including three that were very nearly not cast. at precinct 321 in winter haven a democratic voter tells 10 news the poll workers handed her a republican ballot and said it was only a republican election. after arguing, the poll workers found the democratic ballots so the democratic voters were able to cast their votes. 10 news learned the clerk in charge there has been with elections since 2010 and went through 8 hours of mandatory training this year...but will likely not be in charge again. polk county supervisor of elections lori edwards tells me even if this mistake hadn't have been fixed those three voters could have cast provisional ballots. in polk county, jonathan petramala,
back on the stand on tuesday in the hogan sex tape trial. said they decided to post the sex tape article because readers expect there to be illustration and proof of what the writer is saying. his testimony gave the jury a glimpse into the rights he believes celebrities have when it comes to privacy. court begins at 9:00 this morning. we'll of course be you can watch it app. neighborhood crime alert! a tampa man shoots and kills an intruder inside his home. police say the man was upstairs in his north central avenue home when he heard a noise. he grabbed a gun, walked downstairs and found the kitchen.
the man because he feared for his life. we talked to a neighbor who thinks the same intruder might have tried to get into his house, too! police say the homeowner had a right to defend himself in his own home and will not be charged. check this out! amazon is hoping to soon have a way for you to pay -- by using a selfie! the company filed a patent application this month for a "selfie" payment system. the technology would use facial recognition technology. you could be prompted to smile, blink or tilt your head to add an extra level of security. that way, the system isn't being fooled by someone-- holding up a photo of you. time now is. here's a look at your headlines around the nation and the world in 60 seconds. rivers in southeast texas are swollen by days of heavy downpours -- and that's forcing some people to head for higher ground. the sabine river, which serves as a long border between texas and louisiana, could reach its highest level in decades. the governor declared a "state of
to washington d-c now where the entire metro system shut down at midnight. and it won't reopen again until thursday morning. an official says the "29-hour shutdown"-- will allow crews to inspect electrical components on the tracks after a fire over the weekend. the system serves 700 thousand people every day. and traveling to cuba just got a lot easier. americans can now visit -- simply by filling out a form-- stating their trip is for "educational purposes"-- rather than tourism. commercial flights this year. the rules could athletes and including baseball players to get jobs in the united states without having to defect from cuba. local volunteers are heading to louisiana-- to help people there-- get back on their feet. on tuesday-- two members of the "american red cross out of saint pete"-- louisiana. they'll use their food, cleaning supplies and water.
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